The Trinity College Rome Campus: Three-Week Summer program offers coursework in a variety of disciplines intended to satisfy distribution requirements.
- Enroll in one 1 Trinity-credit couese (3-4 semester hours)
- Courses taught by faculty from Italy and around Europe, as well as faculty from Trinity College in Hartford
- Language of instruction is English (except for Italian language courses)
- Study abroad students are not required to study Italian during the summer program
Below you will find a list of courses that are scheduled to be offered at the Trinity College Rome Campus during the 2015 Three-Week Summer Program. As a program participant, you will choose one course:
Science of Art (CHEM 150)
This course will focus on topics of interest to artists from the
perspective of scientific understanding of the materials comprising
their work. Emphasis will be placed on the need for the conservation
and preservation of art objects, in particular fresco and easel
paintings, ceramic and metallic sculpture, jewelry, and cloth. Dating
techniques will be covered as they assist with provenance and
authentication studies. Topics of special interest to particular
students may be presented as well as a discussion of several masters
whose interest in art and science overlap to a considerable degree. Fulfills natural science requirement at Trinity/ Not
creditable to the chemistry or biochemistry majors. (1 Trinity credit = 4 semester hours).
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tian and Medieval Art (ROME 238)
A course that features the gems of Early Christian and Medieval Art in some of the most memorable churches and museums of Rome. From the fresco palimpsest of Santa Maria Antiqua to Pietro Cavallini's "Last Judgment" in Santa Cecilia; from the spellbinding mosaics of Santa Pudenziana, Santa Prassede and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore to the shimmering apse of San Clemente; from the Museo Gregoriano Profano in the Vatican to the Catacombs of Priscilla and the Sancta Sanctorum, students will learn to analyze and understand the religious and iconographic traditions that inform these masterpieces of western art. Open to all students. Prof. Valentino Pace (1 Trinity credit = 4 semester hours).
Students on Trinity College Summer Study Away programs remain fully registered at Trinity, and credits and grades earned overseas on these programs are granted on the same basis as those obtained on campus. Depending on the program, students can earn up to two Trinity credits during summer study away (6-8 semester hours). Students must enroll and complete the courses required for their program. For the five week program this is enrollment and completion of two courses. For the three week program this is one course.
You are asked to list the courses you intend to take as part of the Trinity College Summer Study Away Application. All registration is handled by Trinity College Study Away – you do not register yourself for summer study away classes. If you would like to make a change to your course preferences AFTER you have submitted your application, please contact Zachary Macinnes.
Add/drop takes place during the first two days of the classes only, and all schedule changes must be made in consultation with the Faculty Director of your study abroad program and the Office of Study Away.
Withdrawal from a Trinity College Study Away summer course once on-site is NOT permitted except in the case of serious illness or family crisis. No refunds will be issued.